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Posts Tagged: "Robins Kaplan LLP"

Free Webinar – Health Care Antitrust Under Biden 2.0

In March 2021, our experienced intellectual property, antitrust, and health care litigation lawyers shared some predictions on antitrust policy and enforcement in the health care sector. In “Health Care Antitrust Under President Biden 2.0,” our lawyers reconvene to provide in-house counsel and business leaders with their insights into what we have learned since, in light of top-level appointments in the…

From Contract to Courtroom: Lessons Learned in Contract Litigation and Trials

What can we learn from past contracts, good and bad, and how they played out in the courtroom? In this presentation, seasoned-in-house counsel, trial attorneys, and a jury consultant will examine lessons learned in litigation history related to various contract disputes and principles. By examining several public cases through the lens of in-house counsel, outside counsel, and the jury, we…

Industry Reaction to Helsinn Healthcare v. Teva Pharmaceuticals Oral Arguments

On Tuesday, December 4th, oral arguments were held before the U.S. Supreme Court in Helsinn Healthcare S.A. v. Teva Pharmaceuticals USA. The nation’s highest court will determine whether a secret sale of an invention, or a sale of a technology under terms that require the invention to remain confidential, triggers the on-sale bar under 35 U.S.C. § 102(a)(1), thereby preventing the invention from being patented. With this question squarely before the Supreme Court, several members of the legal industry who are watching this case offer their views on the major takeaways and the potential consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision, which will issue next year.

The USPTO Must End Repeated and Concerted Patent Attacks

Why is it that innovators such as Universities and independent inventors are caricatured as patent trolls while entities such as Unified Patents and RPX, who exist for the sole purpose of destroying property, are somehow let off the hook or even celebrated? In a different era, about 100 years ago, those large corporations and their allies who ganged up on smaller companies and individuals were characterized as ‘robber barons’ and caricatured as ‘fat cats’… The AIA makes clear that patent owners should not have to endure repeated attacks on their patent claims at the PTAB.